Landscapes for Energy and Wildlife: Conservation Prioritization for Golden Eagles across Large Spatial Scales

@inproceedings{Tack2015LandscapesFE,
  title={Landscapes for Energy and Wildlife: Conservation Prioritization for Golden Eagles across Large Spatial Scales},
  author={Jason D. Tack and Bradley C Fedy and Antoni Margalida},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Proactive conservation planning for species requires the identification of important spatial attributes across ecologically relevant scales in a model-based framework. However, it is often difficult to develop predictive models, as the explanatory data required for model development across regional management scales is rarely available. Golden eagles are a large-ranging predator of conservation concern in the United States that may be negatively affected by wind energy development. Thus… CONTINUE READING
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